For more than three decades, thousands of cyclists have come together to conquer mountains and raise more than $50 million for Children’s Hospital Colorado over the years in the annual Courage Classic Bicycle Tour.
This year’s theme is extra special: Courage Can’t Be Stopped
because in the face of adversity, medical challenges, and even a global pandemic...
The courage of the kids, families, and caregivers for whom we “ride” cannot be stopped.
And neither can our committed Courage Classic community.
This year’s distance-based virtual tour format will broaden the possibilities beyond what any of us ever dreamed. While we encourage you to continue to keep the incredible tradition of cycling alive – around the block, in your basement on your Peloton, or out on the trails or roads for the full tour mileage – we know that this will be challenging for some. Whatever challenging activity you choose, set a distance-based goal – and you can ride, spin, run, hike, swim, row, walk or go the distance for children’s health in whatever way you choose to support Children’s Colorado.
The Courage Classic Virtual Tour is fueled by community spirit, including sponsors like Prologis, who have shared their dedication to our collective cause.
That’s what makes this event so special. It is an annual tradition that brings riders, volunteers, sponsors and friends together for a singular purpose - to support Children’s Hospital Colorado. Now, more than ever before, the importance of community, and the difference we can make together, has become clear.
While we had sincerely hoped to pedal, cheer and drink dill pickle juice in person, we know that the Courage Classic community will come together in spirit - and online! - to make this tour an incredible success to benefit the patients Children’s Colorado serves. You support this tour because you are committed to Children’s Colorado’s mission, our kids, our caregivers and the greater good. After all, there’s a lot riding on us!
We appreciate your partnership and your pedal power as we conquer yet another mountain all in the name of child health!